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Hamburg Twirlers: Adam sisters place in top 10 at national competition, win gold at Jr. Olympics

By Tamra Adam |

KU’s Robert Ryan participates in unprecedented international psychology project

Associate Professor Dr. Robert Ryan, along with 269 co-authors from around the world, published their findings in Science Magazine following their investigation into the reproducibility of psychological science. Launched nearly four years ago, the Rep...

From KU Relations |

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